Date Permissions Signed
Huxley College of the Environment
Date of Award
Environmental Impact Assessment
Department or Program Affiliation
Department of Environmental Studies
Laninga, Tamara Jean
The proposed action for the Boulevard Park Pedestrian Overpass is to remove the wooden structure and reroute the utilities underground. The utilities would be routed underneath the train tracks at the park entrance, connecting to Woods Coffee and up Bayview Drive. Irrigation and sewer will still be routed into the park but electricity, telecommunications and water will be routed out of the park. The utility conduits will be in separate trenches under the tracks. The park restrooms at the north end of the park will be abandoned to reduce utilities demands (especially water, electricity and sewer). Restrooms are still available in the park at Wood’s Coffee.
City of Bellingham, Pedestrian Overpass
Western Washington University
Subject – LCSH
Parks--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Belllingham
Bellingham (Wash.); Boulevard Park (Bellingham, Wash.)
environmental impact statements
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Frederick, Alexandra; Hecker, Sean; Pearson, Taylor; Rush, Erin; and Talmage, Louisa, "Environmental Impact Assessment: Boulevard Park Pedestrian Overpass Removal" (2018). College of the Environment Graduate and Undergraduate Publications. 82.